Ben Sherry's football career just keeps going.
Sherry played on the Wayland High School football team leading up to the team's stellar 2006 undefeated season. Following his high school career, Sherry headed to Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., where he played linebacker and safety for the Bantams.
After a stint playing professional football for the Kouvola Indians in Finland, Sherry is headed back to Trinity College where he has been named an assistant coach for the team's tight ends.
According to a press release, Sherry was a Bantam captain for two years and earned All-NESCAC honorees as an outside linebacker in 2008 and at safety in 2010.
In his career with the Bantams, Sherry notched 150 tackles (94 solo), 10 tackles for loss, and two sacks, and intercepted five passes for 52 yards.
He holds a bachelor's degree in American studies and will pursue a master's in public policy as a graduate assistant, according to the release.